During July, improvements have been made to pedestrian and bike safety in Randwick.
From Sunday 10 July, night work will be taking place in Randwick for the Light Rail.
From July, a temporary six-lane road and dedicated cycle/pedestrian path adjacent to a section of Anzac Parade will be used by all types of traffic while a light rail tunnel is being built in Moore Park.
From Monday 30 May 2016, Transport for NSW will temporarily occupy about 50 spaces in the Western Campus carpark, as part of the CBD and South East Light Rail Project construction works.
As part of the South East Light Rail project, important changes to vehicle and bicycle routes are taking place that may impact the way you travel and the length of your journey to and from UNSW.
From April, ALTRAC will start construction of a temporary six-lane roadway adjacent to Anzac Parade (between Lang Road and the Albert Tibby Cotter Bridge), to enable the light rail tunnel to be built across Anzac parade at Moore Park.
ALTRAC Light Rail has now started work in Randwick on Alison Road - Anzac Road to Wansey Road. Construction is now underway, with teams working to relocate telecommunications cables and build a new stormwater drain in the first stage of works in this area.
ALTRAC Light Rail will start work in Randwick on Alison Road (between Anzac Parade and Darley Road) and Alison Road (between Darley Road and Wansey Road) from mid-February 2016.
Preparation for construction of the CBD and South East Light Rail will commence in Randwick and Moore Park from Monday 25 January 2016. Parking along Wansey Road will be affected until Wednesday 3 February 2016. Read more…
Significant light rail work will occur in Moore Park and Randwick over the Christmas/New Year period, including utility investigations and tree removal, as the countdown continues to major construction in the south east.